However, access to the Epic Games Store and Origin is still not available.
At the end of July, many major services, including gaming, were blocked in Indonesia, because their companies-owners did not pass the mandatory licensing procedure and registration in the government database.
The Indonesian authorities immediately said that Valve contacted them to resolve this issue in order to unlock access to Steam and all their games in the region.
On August 2, Steam became available again in Indonesia – apparently, Valve quickly managed to negotiate with the authorities and was registered in the database.
According to users from Indonesia, the Epic Games Store and Origin are still unavailable, and it is not yet clear if Epic Games and EA are busy resolving the issue.